There are over a hundred houses, side by side, decorated with Christmas lights in this Edmonton neighbourhood.
Itís no wonder hundreds of thousands of people flock to Candy Cane Lane every Christmas.†
"I was just a mere child when I started coming to Candy Cane Lane and I come here every year," says Edmonton resident†Anil Somaia.†
"I just love the people and the lights. It reminds me of when I was 5 years old."
Candy cane lane has been a tradition for Edmontonians since 1968.
Despite the cold temperatures, many walk over 8 blocks to take in the colourful display of lights and unique decorations.
Thereís also hot chocolate to keep warm, along with carriage and sleigh rides.
The last day to see the lights is January 2 so come down to 148th street between 92 and 100th avenue before then.
And donít forget to bring a donation for the Edmonton Food Bank!